noun, plural ac·ces·sa·ries, adjective
- access land,
- access method,
- access point,
- access road,
- access time,
- accession number,
Examples from the Web for accessary
Accessary is now the usual spelling of both the adjective and the noun in their legal sense.
To remit a fugitive to excessive punishment is to be accessary to the crime.
It appeared that Robert had refused to be accessary to their scheme; and it was probable that he had betrayed it to the marquis.A Sicilian Romance|Ann Radcliffe
Yet, sir, I fear your fatal openness will make you suspected as accessary, let us be ever so cautious.Pamela, or Virtue Rewarded|Samuel Richardson
My mother proceeded; You have a relation, madam; I understand she was accessary to your misfortune.Memoirs of Miss Sidney Biddulph|Frances Sheridan